As an introduction to this entry, I should perhaps point out that writing papers is not a completely foreign craft to me; as part of my PhD, I have written a number of articles for peer-reviewed journals (and had my name added to a couple more...), so it's not a new thing. Also, I hope that this will continue — my academic career will be fairly short if I find myself unable to get anything anything else past referees.
However, it's unlikely that an article on the use of read-time conditionals in Common Lisp will interest the journals with which I'm most familiar; and if I am honest I don't think that the article in question is really journal material: it's simply a collection of anecdotes, arranged to tell a story with a moral. Also, at least certain publishers show a decided lack of enthusiasm about the subject matter, though fortunately other publishers would appear to be less reticent. So, anyway, it's probably better all round if I simply make it available to interested parties and leave it at that.